"Nevertheless, he wondered why the white people were not better then they are, having had it (the Bible) for so long. He promissed that just as soon as white people achieved Christianity, he would recommend it to his own folks."
"(...) (Bear) sat on the porch and immediately started talking about how bad it is not to have a place in the world. Without a place where you belong, you have too many choices before you and therefore cannot go in any direction."
"But she´d never tell the killer´s name, because she feared the white people might yet find a way to avenge the centuries-old death, righteous though it had been, for the Spaniard´s behavior was atrocious."
Charles Frazier é, com apenas dois romances editados, o meu autor preferido, logo desde o primeiro, Cold Mountain. As descrições da paisagem norte-americana são, com as recônditas montanhas como pano de fundo e em inglês, um prodígio.
Charles Frazier é um prodígio.